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Gas Quality/Quantity Complaints (MDARD)
If you suspect that you have purchased substandard fuel (mislabeled octane, water in gas, etc.) or that you have received a short/incorrect measure, file a gasoline quantity or quantity complaint online.
Motor Fuels Quality Hot Line: 800-MDA-FUEL or 800-632-3835
This number is used for reporting suspected adulteration of motor fuels or pump calibrations. It is posted on the pumps at every filling station in the state.
Staying Safe at the Pump
Samantha Hartman, Weights and Measures Inspector for MDARD, Checks Michigan Gas Pumps for Credit Card Skimmers
Retail Motor Fuel Outlet Information
- Retail Motor Fuel Licensing
- Gasoline Quality: Retailer Risk Assessment Information
- SE Michigan Summer Time Gasoline in effect June 1
- Attention all motor fuel wholesalers, common carriers and tanker drivers in Michigan
- Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development Gasoline Volatility Information
- Ethanol Blend Retail Guidance
- The Differences in Gasoline
- PA 44 of 1984, as amended, the Motor Fuels Quality Act and applicable regulations
- Act 283 of 1964: Weights & Measures Act